Spoiler Warning: Do not read if you have not yet watched The Bachelorette's July 2 episode!
Becca first ousted Chris, a 30-year-old sales trainer from Orlando, FL, after her one-on-one date with Leo Dottavio. Chris had visited her hotel room in Richmond, VA, late at night to talk and make up for lost time due to drama he had caused.
When Becca asked Chris if she could walk him out as a sign of respect, he rejected her polite gesture.
"I think Chris is just a very angry person," Becca noted after an awkward goodbye, adding that Chris is not the type of guy she wants to raise children with or go through life with.
And later, Becca eliminated both Lincoln, a 26-year-old account sales executive from Los Angeles, CA, and Connor, a 25-year-old fitness coach from St. Petersburg, FL, at the Rose Ceremony in Virginia. She explained to the men her relationship with each individualsimply hadn't come to life yet.
"It's not a good feeling. It's unfortunate for Becca and I. I do have feelings for her and I do care about her, and I opened myself up, but she didn't take the chance and she didn't take that leap of faith with me," Connor said following his ouster.
"She'll never know if true love could have happened. It hurts. It does. I know I deserve love."
The Bachelorette broadcast began with Becca and her nine remaining bachelors traveling to Richmond for a week of dates.
Once Jason Tartick learned he'd be accompanying Becca on a one-on-one date, Chris and Lincoln started to bicker about needing more time with Becca. The pair's argument was annoying to their fellow bachelors, who seemingly couldn't even stand to be around them.
Chris and Lincoln body shamed each other and exchanged jabs, such as Lincoln mentioning how Chris used to be overweight.
On Becca's date, she mentioned how Jason is "just a great guy," and they always "smiled and laughed" together.
After stopping at St. John's church, the couple made donuts. The date then continued to an "unhappy hour," where the couple had drinks with a group of interesting gothic people.
Becca and Jason had a slow start to their relationship, but they both agreed their chemistry was excellent.
"Damn, Jason can kiss," Becca gushed to the cameras, noting how their chemistry seemed to come out of nowhere and was really strong on the date.
Becca then surprised Jason at a bar by bringing a few of his best friends along on their date. Jason couldn't believe Becca did such a thoughtful thing for him, and it was clear to Jason's friends that he was crazy about the Bachelorette. Becca also definitely got the stamp of approval from Jason's buddies.
"Jason is such an amazing man. I could definitely see a future with him," Becca told the cameras.
Jason revealed at dinner that night he used to run from serious, tough conversations.
Jason then shared a story about how his grandmother suffered from Alzheimer's and once forgot who his father is. It was a pivotal moment in Jason's life when he saw his father deal with such pain, and Jason came to realize not a minute or day of this life should be taken for granted.
Jason added that family and friends are everything. He felt safe and at ease with talking with Becca, and there was a mutual understanding.
"I feel like I'm falling in love with her. She has everything you could ask for in someone," Jason said.
Becca was so impressed by Jason's character and she was really able to open up to him. They connected "on a whole different level" and Jason could see himself getting down on one knee at the end of this.
"I could really see myself saying yes to a forever with him. I mean, damn, I am falling for Jason," Becca admitted.
Chris entered the date very confident, feeling like it was his "time to shine "and the situation was going to be "do or die" for him.
For the group date, the men had to debate why they are the best match for Becca. Becca was looking for her running mate, and these guys had to prove they were the perfect candidates.
But the debate turned into a Chris vs. Lincoln showdown. Lincoln called Chris out for previously wanting to quit and leave the competition, while Chris suggested Lincoln isn't an honest guy.
Chris -- who thought he was just being real -- said Lincoln has "a nasty side" to him that was "malicious" and "aggressive."
Chris thought Becca would be "disgusted" with this alleged side of Lincoln she hadn't seen, especially because Lincoln had made "degrading" comments about his appearance. Becca was frustrated over the debate, saying the way they handled themselves was poor and it was all "stupid drama."
Becca couldn't believe the guys were airing out their "dirty laundry" for everyone to see.
At the afterparty, Becca told Chris that some of the guys worried he might get physical and Connor was even reluctant to share a bedroom with him. Chris couldn't believe guys felt scared or threatened around him, because he thought he had a lot of friends.
Chris insisted such claims were "fabricated," and he said he knows how to treat a woman with respect.
Once Becca ended her conversation with Chris, he learned Lincoln had come up with that story about Connor, and Connor didn't appreciate being dragged into the mess.
Garrett then lost it, telling Chris to "get over" his issues and "move on" because he had put Becca into a terrible mental state on the group date. Garrett said Chris' actions affected everyone, including his own personal and precious time with Becca, and he wasn't okay with that.
Garrett was correct in that Becca felt "emotionally exhausted," but she later enjoyed her nugget of time with Garrett. Garrett wrote her a letter explaining the things he was ready to provide her, and he certainly cheered her up.
Colton and Wills were also shown sharing an intimate moment with Becca, and Wills confessed he was "falling in love" with her and no longer wanted to hold back.
At the end of the party, Becca gave Colton a rose because he always made her feel like a princess and he's true to his word.
"I don't give up. I always find a way to win, and I'm not going to lose this battle," Chris said in a confessional after being denied the rose.
The next day, Becca embarked on a one-on-one date with Leo. The couple rode in a helicopter together over Virginia. While it was supposed to be a romantic moment, Becca was consumed in her thoughts and felt guilty she wasn't giving Leo the best of herself.
Becca told Leo that she didn't need an engagement ring at the end of this; she just wanted to find her person.
Leo assured Becca it was a great time in his life to be in a serious relationship and settle down. He promised he would be all in with Becca in the real world if she were to choose him at the Final Rose Ceremony.
Becca and Leo then went shucking for oysters, and he called her a "pretty amazing" girl. He thought being around her was "lethal" and hoped he'd be enough for her.
Leo helped Becca through a tough day, and his support "spoke volumes" to the Bachelorette. She also felt a spark with him and hoped to expand on that during dinner that night.
While at dinner, Leo revealed to Becca that his parents have been married for over 40 years and he sincerely looks up to his father.
Leo opened up to Becca, saying he was great at baseball when he was younger but didn't excel enough to go pro. Leo always felt deep inside that he had failed his father and he's very hard on himself. Becca told Leo that he's an amazing guy who should never question his worth.
Leo shared with Becca that he'd always be there for her, and then Becca gave him a rose. She valued him as a person and potential life partner.
Leo was thrilled and completely taken with Becca, and they capped the night with a concert by Morgan Evans.
Once Leo returned from his date with Becca, Chris decided to find Becca at her hotel and speak with her. He wanted Becca to feel his "passion," and he hoped to prove that Lincoln is "a monster" who "eats 12 eggs a day."
Becca was surprised to see Chris at her door. The bachelor then explained how he could see himself marrying her at the end of this and he was totally serious about her.
Becca asked what caused the change since Chris considered quitting the show the week prior, and Chris admitted there was a night when he questioned whether Becca truly cared for him and wanted him.
But Becca stood her ground, saying she had never given him a reason to feel that way.
Chris insisted to the Bachelorette that he believed in them as a couple, but Becca confessed drama he had caused seeped through her other dates and negatively impacted her journey on the show.
With that being said, Becca had so many questions and red flags about Chris that she wasn't sure she could get on the same page.
Becca was scared by everything she had heard about Chris from the other guys. Chris argued he was just expressing himself and had shown an unflattering side because he had been attacked for almost two weeks. However, Becca accused Chris of doing some "attacking" as well.
The conversation wasn't headed in a great direction, and Becca ultimately decided things simply weren't going to work out between them. Chris took his elimination hard, swearing his way out the door.
Later that week, Becca canceled the cocktail party because she felt confident in her decisions and didn't need more time to make up her mind.
Once the Rose Ceremony commenced, Becca handed out roses to men in the following order: Garrett, Blake and Wills.